Two new book chapters of Nanotechnology and Biomaterials Applications and Research Center (NBUAM) have been published in the book titled "3D printable Gel-inks for Tissue Engineering" by Springer publishing house.
In the book chapter entitled "Biofunctional Inks for 3D-Printing in Skin Tissue Engineering" written by NBUAM PhD student Elif İlhan in collaboration with Dr. Esma Özerol from Yıldız Technical University and Dr. Saadet Alpdağtaş from Van Yüzüncü Yıl University, studies and researches on biofunctional Hydrogels/Inks used with 3D printing in skin tissue engineering were included.
In the book chapter entitled "Gel-Inks for 3D Printing in Corneal Tissue Engineering" conducted by Dr. Songül Ulağ, Dr. Sümeyye Cesur and PhD student Ecem Doğan, who continue their studies at NBUAM, a compilation of studies on gel-inks printed with 3D printers in corneal tissue engineering is included.
We congratulate our researchers who contributed to the studies and wish them continued success.
You can access the publications from the links below.